This Is How People With Myopia See The World. An Artist Creates Paintings Through Their Eyes

Myopia is a defect of vision that is manifested by a blurred vision from afar but sharp. The rate of myopia is constantly increasing and i...

Myopia is a defect of vision that is manifested by a blurred vision from afar but sharp. The rate of myopia is constantly increasing and in Europe it would be about one in three people; the spread of this scourge is even greater in children and adolescents. To illustrate this vision disorder, a South African painter has made paintings to say the least "fuzzy", so that everyone can look at his paintings through the vision of a shortsighted.
Myopia
Let's first explain the factors that trigger myopia
The causes of myopia can be both genetic and environmental. In fact, children whose parents have myopia abnormality would be more likely to become myopic. In addition, the environmental factor also contributes to the development of this visual impairment; the lack of exposure to natural light, which could play a fundamental role in this, as well as the excessive use of screens via television, mobile phones and video games. In Asia, the population is more predisposed to myopia, genetically. In fact, an ARC Center of Excellence study in vision science explains that this eye disorder is one of the most studied health problems because of its growth in East Asia.

Also, the wearing of corrective glasses or lenses becomes the indispensable remedy for a clear and clear view.

Blurred paintings through the eyes of the myopic
In order to draw attention to this myopic anomaly, Philip Barlow, a painter living in Cape Town, South Africa, has used several "fuzzy" paintings. His paintings give the illusion of vaporous landscapes, like the effect of photos taken with a camera, associated with a wrong setting of the device. This is the "Bokeh" effect that has become a current trend for paintings inspired by photographs.

What is the Bokeh effect
This term comes from the Japanese language; "Boké" which means blur and which also comes from the verb "Bokéru", which means to be vague. However this term did not appear until the end of the 90s. Used by the photographers, the "bokeh" effect charmed most of them. Also, the result is more satisfying if you use a light lens or a telephoto lens.

Thus, Philip Barlow remains fascinating with his masterpieces to the least amazing. In his series of paintings, there remains a feeling and a perception of visual effect with a vague tendency, highlighted by a burst of light, shade and colors. It's simply an abstract rendering with a soft focus.

It would be interesting to deduce today that the effect "Bokeh", is no longer the prerogative of photographers. The painters took this technique to make their works more trendy.

Let's discover a series of Philip Barlow paintings

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